I recently visited my daughter in Kenya and we wanted to do a safari - The initial cost for a two night safari looked to be $1500 for the two of us - fortunately an internet search brought us to Kairi Tours which charged us just under $600. We were able to make reservations online and the office was very good at emailing back quickly to answer all our questions. Initially they asked for a percentage down in cash but when I explained I would be charged $50 to wire it to them they let me pay the amount upon arrival. They came and picked us up at the front door of the house we were staying at and there were 5 others in a 10 person van. Our driver was Charles and i would request him if you can. Safe driver (which can be hard to find in Kenya), quick with a smile , knows where to find animals and very knowledgeable. The itinerary is the exact same as many of the more expensive safaris - the accommodations at the Rhino Camp were very good considering where you are. Very clean, flush toilets and sinks/showers in each tent. the food is good and they have a massage therapist, Lilly who can work out your sore areas for about $20/hr - we were able to take a Masai village Tour which i highly recommend. All in all we saw so many animals - all the big % except the Rhino and it was all so wonderful. A trip I will always treasure!
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